Internet only news sources rarely have the budget to employ resources that allow gathering of well-rounded news and rarely present such with a detached, objective flavor. They tend to have obvious bias and agendas that are intentionally anti-establishment for the sake of such. Just like the "Big Guys" but meaner. Just my observation.
As was noted above, however, you can't trust the "Big Guys" at all. Just look at the trash and rehash that are made headlines today across everyone from Fox to CNBC, and the wire news is just a rehash of the same politically driven drivel.
All of that being said, IMO, to craft a well rounded Outernet News Service would require an editor or more to cull out the propaganda across all the services and concentrate on the useful information and compelling stories.
The Outernet target audience, if it is truly the residents of areas with little or no internet or other delivery methods, are essentially a quite small audience, unlike anyone the big broadcast, cable and internet media attempts to entertain. These are people who are possibly hungry for news, but news and instructional or social content that is of interest and impact to them.